Kayla White and her daughter have a new home in Port Royal. LowCountry Habitat for Humanity handed the keys over to this deserving family in a dedication ceremony on Sunday, December 11th as staff, volunteers, donors and sponsors celebrated the completion of the organization’s 54th home built in Northern Beaufort County.
About fifty people attended the event at 3002 Walnut Street, and Pastor Steve Keeler of Sea Island Presbyterian Church blessed the home.
“This community made this home possible. The money raised to build this house
from local donors and sponsors gave this home its foundation, and the hard work and time given from construction volunteers created its bones. Kayla and her daughter will now give this home their love thanks to the generosity of the people of Northern Beaufort County. Home is truly where the heart is,” says Barbara Thomas, Executive Director of LowCountry Habitat for Humanity.
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Since its inception in 1990, LowCountry Habitat for Humanity has built 54 homes in northern Beaufort County, providing safe, decent and affordable housing to more than 205 individuals.